Thursday, October 3, 2013

Decking the Halls With Balls of Horror!

It is October.  The pumpkin spice lattes are at Starbucks.  Spirit Halloween is selling massive amounts of Halloween Horrors.  The kids can practically smell the bags of candy in the air.  For me, that means it is time to get out the Halloween decorations and begin decking the halls, yard, living room, kitchen, and any other area I can find with skeletons, monsters, and all manner or horrors.  Here is a look at what I've started with!









5 comments:

wicKED said...

Looking good. Like the girl by the lamp!

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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Julie said...

Looking good and creepy!

Anonymous said...

In Salem the hotel where all the balls happen during the month of Halloween has a very strange history. It was once owned by Thomas Perkins who thought if he would endow a school for the blind and create a hospital it would cleanse his soul. For he was an opium dealer who built the Forbes empire, funneled money to Yale in the early days before the Skulls and Bones arrived, and a slave trader. The Parker Brothers who distributed Ouija Boards had a store in that building. Its connected to a series of smuggling tunnels that moved art treasures from around the world serendipitously to the local museums. Plus it has a haunted library shaped like its in the hull of a ship. Find out more on the newest Salem ghost tour on of the best Salem walking tours.